Shopping in Windsor

Here in Windsor, We Specialise in Retail Therapy!

Windsor offers a superb range of prestigious and speciality shops as well as the usual high street names and international brands.

There are roughly 150 shops in Windsor spread throughout the main High Street, King Edward Court, St Leonards Road, Peascod Street and Windsor Royal Shopping, which is set amidst the elegantly refurbished Victorian railway station.

Having personally shopped in and around Windsor we have a few favourites we’d like to share with you!

Women’s Clothing / Fashion

Windsor offers a huge range of women’s clothing from chains to independents. Here are just a selection:

  • Zara
  • Mint Velvet
  • Phase Eight
  • Joules
  • Jigsaw
  • SuperDry
  • River Island
  • Oliver Bonas
  • Fat Face
  • H&M
  • Swarovski

Men’s Fashion

Small and delightful shop with unique and stylish brands.  Owner Al is always on hand to give advice and help you put together a cool look.

  • Warwicks

Warwicks stock a range of international men’s designers collections such as Canali, Gant and Versace. If you’re looking to get suited and booted look no further!

  • Michael Chell

St. Leonards Road, another designer heaven for the fashion conscious shopper.

  • Brook Tavener

Random Shops we love!

  • Vinegar Hill

This quirky gift shop has plenty of great gifts, greeting cards and more to offer, definitely worth a visit.

  • Links and Pandora

Both located at Windsor Royal Station. Beautiful and very desirable jewellery with masses of choice for you to spoil yourself or your loved ones.

  • Daniel Department Store

Located halfway up Peascod Street, this department store is a Windsor intitution offering almost anything you can think of.  It has an especially good toy department, with regular events and promotions to keep little ones entertained.  Men’s, Women’s and Kid’s clothes; shoes; handbags; jewellery; furniture; kitchen equipment; bedding; gifts and cards – whatever you’re looking for, you’re bound to find it at Daniel.

  • Huttons

A quirky homeware store at the bottom end of Peascod Street.

  • Hotel Chocolat

Located half way up Peascod Street, a deliciously dangerous stop-off for the chocoholic in you.  Hotel Chocolat is a fabulous excuse to treat yourself under the pretence of buying gifts for others!


Shopping in Windsor, UK

Windsor, a historic town in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, is a shopper’s paradise.

The town offers a unique blend of high-street names, independent retailers, and regular markets, making it a top destination for shopping.

Windsor Royal Station

At the heart of shopping in Windsor is the Windsor Royal Station. This mostly covered area occupies the site of an 1850s railway station and still houses Queen Victoria’s royal waiting room. Here, you can browse upmarket brands such as Hobbs, Mint Velvet, Le Creuset, and Whistles in a continental café setting.

Windsor Yards

From Windsor Royal Station, steps lead down to Windsor Yards. This pedestrian-friendly collection of good high-street stores includes Daniel of Windsor department store, independent family-run jewellers Anthony Paul Design Goldsmiths, Martin Crossley the Florist, Zara, and Cotswold Outdoor.

Peascod Street

Peascod Street, the car-free road that runs down the hill directly opposite Windsor Castle, has more high-quality high-street brands including Superdry and Barbour. You might want to pop into vintage store Really Me at no 44 which sells clothing, accessories, furniture, bric-a-brac, books, and vinyl and also helps fund Thames Hospice.

Lower Peascod Street and St Leonard’s Road

Lower Peascod Street and St Leonard’s Road are where Windsorians love to shop. Here you’ll find a part of Windsor that champions the independent retailer and you’ll discover cosy cafés, original homeware shops, and great food and wine, with a bit of fashion thrown in for good measure.  We highly recommend Zobia for Mens and Womens fashion and a great personal service.

High Street, Thames Street and the 17th-century Windsor Guildhall

Shops in Windsor along the High Street, Thames Street, and the 17th-century Windsor Guildhall enjoy a scenic location beneath the Castle. Specialist shops entice visitors with local jewellery and woollens, as well as royal regalia in the form of souvenirs.


For those with limited mobility, People to Places Shopmobility offers equipment such as manual wheelchairs, powered chairs, and mobility scooters to make travelling around much easier.


Whether you’re after original handmade items, vintage gems, quality high-street goods, or lush plants for your house or garden, Windsor offers a wealth of good shopping opportunities. So, if you’re planning a trip to the UK, don’t forget to include Windsor in your itinerary!

Please note that the specific shops mentioned are subject to change, and it’s always a good idea to check their websites for the most up-to-date information.

For more information about shopping in Windsor, you can visit the official websites.

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